Researchers have presented cryo-electron microscopy maps and atomic models of paired helical and straight filaments taken from the brain of an Alzheimer’s patient.
A patient with bilateral essential tremor has recently become the first patient in Pennsylvania (USA) to be successfully treated with a new, non-invasive, MR-guided focused ultrasound treatment.
A statistical approach has identified details of epilepsy brain networks that could lead to targeted treatments in the future.
Diagnosis of cSAH is challenging given its subtle findings, and management is empiric as there are only a few case series in literature – in this case report, Mao, Addess and Valsamis report a case of cortical subarachnoid hemorrhage (cSAH) and discuss its management
Researchers have used a novel imaging technique to demonstrate that premature infants, who have a higher frequency of neurodevelopmental disorders, may display brain impairments in utero.
A new retinal imaging technique is the first to identify individual cells; the new technique could aid earlier diagnosis and treatment of vision loss diseases such as glaucoma.
Researchers have demonstrated that deposits caused by repeated use of linear contrast agents in MRI scans could be reduced by utilizing alternative agents in multiple sclerosis patients.
In this Special Report, the authors discuss how the versatility of utilizing cancer-targeting alkylphosphocholine analogs may ultimately transform clinical management of primary and metastatic brain tumors.
Ahead of its annual congress, The European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) has previewed key sessions at the 32nd edition of the world’s largest congress on multiple sclerosis, taking place from 14–17 September 2016 in London, UK.
The waste product of glucose metabolism, lactate, may be associated with neuron protection following brain trauma.